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DAB multiplexes

DAB radio transmits by using digital multiplexes, which carry several radio stations together as a single broadcast. Some of these multiplexes cover cities, some counties, some regions and others are national. Click on a multiplex name below to see details of the stations carried and the area each multiplex is broadcast to.

AberdeenAyrBBC National DABBerks & N HantsBirminghamBournemouthBradfrd&HuddersfBristolCambridgeCentral ScotlandCornwallCoventryD1 NationalD1 NationalDerbyshireDevonDevonEdinburghEssexGlasgowGloucestershireHereford-WorcsHerts Beds BucksHumbersideInvernessKentLancashireLeedsLeicestershireLincolnshireLiverpoolLondon 1London 2London 3ManchesterMid & West WalesN. IrelandNE Wales W CheshNorfolkNorth West WalesNorth West WalesNorth YorkshireNorthamptonshireNottinghamshireOxfordshirePeterboroughPlymouthTrial BirminghamTrial BrightonTrial BristolTrial CambridgeTrial LondonTrial NorwichTrial PortsmouthTrial WokingSDL NationalSheffieldSomersetSouth East WalesSouth HampshireStoke & StaffordSurreySussexSussexSwansea SW WalesSwindonTaysideTeessideTrial GlasgowTrial ManchesterTyne & WearW & S WiltshireWolvton & Shrop

DAB broadcast frequencies

DAB transmissions use the part of the VHF broadcasting band.



The specific frequencies are:

5A 174.928MHz7D 194.064MHz8A 195.936MHz8B 197.648MHz9A 202.928MHz9B 204.64MHz9C 206.352MHz10B 211.648MHz10C 213.36MHz10D 215.072MHz11A 211.648MHz11B 218.64MHz11C 220.352MHz11D 222.064MHz12A 223.936MHz12B 225.648MHz12C 227.36MHz12D 229.072MHz

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